Code Inspection: Condition always evaluates to 'true/false'
Reports the conditions that are already covered by earlier conditions and thus have no effect as well as the variables that are always true (or always false) when reached.
In the following example, in case
$var is an instance of the
SomeClass class, then it automatically means that it is not
null. As a result, the subsequent
$var === null condition always resolves to
true and is therefore redundant. After the quick-fix is applied, the redundant condition is removed.
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